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contract. he and the mlb are stalled about the kind of suspension he's willing to accept. as early as today the mlb was expected to suspend a rod and others suspected of using performance enhancing drugs from that biogenesis company. a rod will play tonight and tomorrow. it looks like monday is the new deadline. >>> here's this morning's first look at scrambled politics. apparently in texas when you stand up you better be prepared to pay up. republicans there want state senator wendy davis to cough up the cost for last month's special session. a republican says davis should reimburse taxpayers since it was her filibuster that forced lawmakers to come back. >>> a new poll spells struggle for senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. it is still 15 months before they go to the polls but it shows allyson lundergan grimes leading the polls by 1%. both results fall within the margin of error. >> new jersey governor chris christie, he is reaching into the deep pockets of casino billionaire, sheldon adelson. last night fund-raiser was for the governor's re-election efforts and not a potential 2016 b
may not cave to major league baseball. the talks between rodriguez and mlb, they've stalled with a rod resisting the length of that suspension and the fact that it may cost him the portion of the $100 million that's still left on his contract. a rod came to the negotiating table after mlb said it was considering a lifetime ban. he said he had no connection to the biogenesis plan. he's expected to return to the field for a rehab game for the trenton thunder. >>> highlights, red sox coming off a 15 inning walk off win. last night they were down by five runs going into the ninth against the mariners. impossible? not in boston. sox would load the bases for shane victorino. look at that. he punches through the second baseline. two runs later, jonny gomes will tie the game with a base hit up the middle. bases loaded, still one out, daniel nava had a chance to win it. >> nava hits it in the air to center field. deep and far and that ball's going to win and be the red sox have an amazing come-from-behind victory in what turns out to be a magical night for fenway. >> the red sox have a major le
's attorney coming forward and alleging problems by the yankees and mlb. >> both the yankees and the mlb never want alex rodriguez on the field again. >> reporter: and tacopina says this mri shows a tear on his left hip. >> the amazing part of that, that was never shared with alex rodriguez at the time. he was sent off to play. >> when you say it wasn't shared, what do you mean? >> he wanted told about it. >> reporter: given clearance to play by the yankees when he was hurt. he also alleges yankee's president made it clear to the doctor he did not want rodriguez back. >> what dr. llevine said to dr.y in so many words, i would rather alex never step on the field again. >> reporter: do you know the words? >> i understand a word not fit for television. >> and a statement mmlb said this is being used to distract people from the real issues. >> you understand some of these lawyers are in the midst of some. best lawyers in new york city. >> reporter: as an attorney you know it's a very simple statement, my client did not use performance-enhancing drugs. >> because there is a confidentiality clause.
usa today he has an outstanding offer from the mlb to shorten his suspension to 150 games instead of 211 if he foregoes his appeal and the mlb originally offered a 100-game suspension, but the president denied this. >>> there's no arguing about perfection. president obama honoring the 1972 miami dolphins, the only team ever to have a perfect nfl season. >> some of them are a little harder to recognize these days. they don't have the afros or the mutton chops, the fumanchus. >> little bit of a laugh. >>> leaping attempt to stop a homer. nope, doesn't get it. he loses the ball. hey, hey, where's my glove? there it is. hate when that happens. >>> number one collegiate skeet shooter in america and he's not even in college yet. he got the first perfect score in the history of the collegiate world championship and also broke two world records. >>> are you ready? august 31st, right around the corner, start of the college football season. here's one alabama fan's t-shirt pride. read it. tebow cried, cam lied, tree died, lsu tried, tooe owe's fake girlfriend died, roll tide. a throw-in lau
a permanent ban from baseball. as early as today, the mlb is suspected to suspend a-rod. he is scheduled to play in rehab games tonight and tomorrow. monday could be the new deadline here. >>> heavy rain causing major flooding in northern georgia. more than a half foot of rain fell. it forced firefighters to spend much of the day rescuing trapped residents in that area. bill karins, though, we talked about this earlier. georgia normally a place where you have some nice weather. a lot of sun. not a lot of water. >> usually they complain it's too hot and not enough water. they'll need it in many areas. we talked about fairbanks yesterday. 84 degrees. >> they did it? >> yes, they did. broke the record. 85 there actually. so very impressive. also 67 in anchorage. so it wasn't everywhere. interior alaska has been very high. juneau around 75. fairbanks yesterday, 31 80-plus degree days this summer. breaks the record. also 13th day 85 or above in fairbanks. that also breaks your record. >> what about today? >> 62 right now. interior alaska going up to 84 once again in fairbanks. so they'll add
. several reports say m-l-b officials have told the >>> major league baseball could hand out suspensions to 14 players as soon as today. several reports say mlb officials told the new york yankees' alex rodriguez they are prepared to give him a lifetime ban unless he agrees to a lengthy suspension. >> major league baseball has to get this thing done this -- by no later than sunday. >> rodriguez and the other players are linked to the biogenesis clinic in florida whose owner reportedly supplied steroid abuse evidence to baseball investigators. >>> the injuries keep piling up for the 49ers and one key player on defense is done for the year. chris culliver will be lost for the season after tearing an acl in practice. appeared in all 16 games in 2012. this guy patrick willis broke his hand during practice but the good news on willis is he should be back for opening day. yes. that is good news for the 9ers. matt cain went 8 innings and his giants didn't score a run until the 9th inning. nothing like waiting until the last second down a run giants struck 4-2, arias with the go ahead run off p
. >> baseball fan listen up a historic moment in baseball. mlb expanding the review process this season giving managers the tool they have never had before. managers will be allowed one challenge over the first six innings of games and two after the 7th inning until the end of the game. the cause will be reviewed by a crew at mlb headquarters in new york city. the propose sal is to be voted on by the owners in november. >> extreme weather alert. storm activity forming in the gulf of mexico and atlantic ocean. >> maria molina keeping an eye on all of the storms as they get closer to land. >> we have two areas we are watching. one of them is already a tropical storm. one of them is tropical storm aaron. maximum sustained winds at 40 miles per hour. forecast the weekend over parts of the atlantic ocean. far away from the united states. the reason why we think it's going to weaken is we have cooler water out here and strong winds that will help tear apart that storm system. take a look at the other area in the circle. across parts of western caribbean and gulf of mexico and several tropical models
: rodriguez's attorney says he'll fight any suspensions handed down by the mlb. before joining the yankees in 2004 alex rodriguez admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs while he was playing with the texas rangers between 2001 and 2003. anne-marie? >> thank you. marlie hall. >>> bottle services. the postal service looks add delivering booze to help its bottomline. >>> up next, a depraved kidnapper gets his punishment. we'll hear emotional testimony from one of his victims. this is the "cbs morning news." so do tire swings! this is our ocean spray cran-lemonade. it's good, old-fashioned lemonade. only better! whoa! [ splash! ] ocean spray cran-lemonade. a bold twist on an old favorite. so ditch the brown bag for something better. like our bacon ranch quesadillas or big mouth burger bites, served with soup or salad, and fries. starting at just 6 bucks, at chili's. whoever said and fetch is just a game,k never experienced the happiness of loving a pet. that's why, at petsmart, we go above and beyond. with hundreds of new products coming soon for a brand new shopping experience. petsmart
until the end of the calendar year. mlb declined comment but the head of the players union said the suspension is way out of line. the yacnkees in chicago trying o avoid a three game sweep. rivera blows a save. the game is tied at 4-4. go to the 12th. one run lead. diaza, that is a walkoff triple. the white sox get the win and the series. 11 1/2 game behind the first place red sox, mr. barnicle. beat the astros on stephen drew's home run. >> a-rod only has 54 more games to go to break joe dimaggio's record. he got hits in two straight games. >> let's keep an eye on that. barnicle is mondaying toing our joe dimaggio-a-rod hit streak. >>> top of the eighth, game tied at three. jason hayward. single for the rbi. braves up one. bottom of the nine. braves up three. nats threatening with bases loaded. wilson romos, lines out. pretty well hit. braves make it 13 in a row. it's all because of the waffle house. 15 1/2 games off the second place nationals. the cleveland, tigers looking for a win. after striking out first three at bats, cabrera doesn't strike out on that one. detroit has a
's protected by the first amendment. >>> mlb is threatening to suspend alex rodriquez for wife. he's fighting the ban. sources close to the situation say alex rodriquez is negotiating a deal with the league that would get him in a lengthy suspension instead of a lifetime ban. he's one of 14 players expected to be disciplined in baseball's latest drug scandal. >>> just about 7:20. along the bay area coast, people are waking up to fog, some patchy low clouds. there are those patchy low clouds. a little chilly out there, too. >>> steve paulson is coming back. he will tell you if sunshine will be coming on the beaches today. >>> talking about why a steep bar tab and why a bartender is facing a stiff fine for what was powrn into drinks. >>> and you can see traffic is moving along relativelywell. we'll tell you -- relatively well. we'll tell you more about the morning commute -- straight ahead. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure
the mlb and would be out of a career now. >> kristin, are you a baseball fan. >> more of a football fan. but it is not as much as a stats kind of game as baseball is which is why this is a big issue and why it's important for people violating the rules to be out of the sport. >> i think everything changes when the punishment is so extreme that it deeters people from thinking of it. >> it is cheating. >> who are they cheating, 99% of the league is taking them. >> so what. >> who are you cheating. >> 99% of the people in central park are mugging. >> cheating means a competitive advantage. if everybody is doing it is not a competitive advantage. >> that's ridiculous. because they are all pumping steroids it is a level playing field. >> nonsense. so you would defend lance armstrong. >> he is hung out to dry as the exception when most cyclists. >> so he is a disgusting little cheat, because everybody else in the race, that's fine. what about the guy that was 17 which was the only one clean. >> he will sleep well at night. >> he stunned me. the fact that everybody else is cheating makes it no
, he's a two-time offender. mlb supposedly has sefd that he tried to hamper the investigation. that's raising the possibility of a lifetime ban. rodriguez would certainly fight it in arbitration. there's so much money on the table for him. the star coming back from hip surgery. it's unclear if he'll ever be allowed to return. 78, that was the combined age of the starting pitchers in today's a's blue jays game at the coliseum. r.a. dickey, the younger of the two. 38 years old. he struggled scoreless in the third. lowrey with a base hit to right. a throw to third. sogard comes home 1-0 oakland. the elder statesmen at 40. try to get it back to cologne. 2-1 toronto. in the fifth, brandon moss pops it up. i got it, i got it. i got it. >> sogard was running with two outs. heads up. he scores on the play. 2-2 extra innings now. bautista brings home jose reyes with a double to right. jesse chavez surrendered three runs in the tenth. a's couldn't do anything. the jays take a 5-2 win. detroit deadline came and went today. no moves by the giants or the a's. the move that prompted so much react
the associated press, mlb officials are threatening to boot a rod for life. that is unless he agrees to accept a long suspension. fox news can not independently confirm that that -- can county no confirm 10 years, 257-million-dollar contract. all of this has to do with a florida clinic which allegedly banned enforcement drugs. trace gallagher has the story. what happens if they can't strike a deal with a rod? >> will, harris if the commissioner bud selig signs on it's likely major league baseball moves forward and try to ban a rod for life. a rod in return would likely appeal that decision, while he is appealing he has the right to rodriguez may have to come clean to that arbitrator. now the experts say arbitrator would probably suspend him for about both sides' best interest to not drag this thing out. fox sports ken rosenthal says it's clear baseball is trying to clean up its image. listen. >> baseball definitely has been aggressive on this. in the minds of some, even too aggressive going after some of these players. that is to light. whether he is suspended for 2014. either way, baseball is
's decision from the mlb to suspect him for 211 games. he appealed the decision allowing him to keep playing. >> the big dreams of players were dashed last night when they lost their bid to go to the world series. the belmont-redwood shores all- stars lost to east lake little league in the western regional final. the boys range from 11-13. they were unbeaten during the round-robin tournament. winning arizona, utah, and hawaii. so congratulations to them. always next year. >>> coming up, the giants go for the win against had orioles. >> one of the new faces for the a's comes up big against toronto. sports wrap with joe fonzi will have all of the highlight coming up next. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. ♪ the 2013 volt. charge ahead of the rest in the hov lane. ♪ >>> good evening. welcome to sunday night edition of sports wrap.
supports in policing its own drug policy is now the very, very best and i think mlb and bud selig as commissioner have handled it just right. >> this must have pained you. >> yes, it has. >> watching this unfold. really it's been unfolding since '91 when the first bans were put in effect in the early '90s. do you believe that the players now view this differently? it seemed during sammy sosa, mark mcgwire chase of the home run record, everybody -- it was open talk that they were all on performance-enhancing drugs. that must have hurt you. >> it really did. it really hurt me. and these kids today, candy, i'm like a father to them. i knew alex rodriguez many years ago when he first came here. he broke my record for home runs in texas. >> do you think that's fair? if he was using performance-enhancing drugs? is it fair that he broke your record? was that a fair fight? >> well, my thing is we don't know. i don't know about the testing and all that. you know, he was accused of it, but i don't know what he was tested and proven that he was on anything. but i like him. he's like a son to
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league suspension on doping and connections to doping clinic. mlb is considering a lifetime ban if a rod doesn't cop a deal. he sure sounds like someone expecting to place next week. >> are you confident that you are going to be in chicago? >> yeah. yep. unless i get hit by lightning and these days you never know. >> alisyn: god, are you listening? [ laughter ] major league baseball expected to announce what players are being suspended monday. this morning, the power ball jackpot has grown to it $300 million, if you will both excuse me, i need to go some place right now. the drawing is tonight so you are running out of time to have your strike at striking it rich. tickets are two bucks apiece. buy them in 43 states, washington, d.c., and the virgin islands. the odds of hitting all numbers, 1 in 75.2 million. >> that's all? >> there you go. peter. >> peter: rehab game. are all those people in rehab in that game? >> alisyn: i don't know what that term means. >> peter: that's an interesting term. >> alisyn: i wasn't sure about that a sports thing i didn't get. >> peter: okay. >> alisyn: ric
for a suspension that could last until he's nearly 40 or mlb will move to ban him for life. in this week's "sports illustrated" cover, in the last days of a rod, the yankee slugger said, quote, i'm not giving up. i have tremendous faith. hopefully there's a couple more chapters in this book. i have faith. perhaps faith in arbitration. b.j.schecter is executive editor for "sports illustrated." thanks for coming on the program. >> thanks for having me. >> i want to say something before i ask you a question. i'll not very shocked by a rod. a rod was not very loved to the fans. he was number two to griffey. more people remember him for the 2004, the worst moment in world series history where he tried to slap bronson arroyo's arm. we put this onus on a rod, a rod, a rod. he was supposed to be the best ever. i don't think anyone ever grew up loving a rod. what about the other all stars that are involved in this? johnny peralta, nelson cruz? this on the back of ryan braun's suspension for the rest of the year, cabrera from the padres. are we not paying enough attention with all of these all-stars getting
reports say mlb officials have told the new york yankees' alex rodriguez they are prepared to give him a lifetime ban unless he agrees to a lengthy suspension. >> it is believed by baseball at least that he actively on instructed this investigation -- obstructed this investigation. >> he is linked to a clinic in florida which owner reportedly supplied evidence of steroid abuse to baseball investigators. >>> time now for some sports. the injuries keep piling up for the 49ers. and one key player on defense is done for the year. quarterback chris culliver tore his left acl in practice and will be lost for the season. culliver was used mainly in nickel situations appeared in all 16 games in 2012. patrick willis broke his hand during practice but the good news he should be back for opening day. good news for the 9ers. matt cain went eight solid innings and his giants didn't score a single run until the 9th inning. nothing like waiting until the last second. they had two runs. g-men, 2-1. romo out of the bases loaded jam. two straight wins for the giants, yeah. they beat the phillies 2-1. >>
mlb suspension comes down by then. nbc's ron mott has been tracking all of this in new york. do we expect the suspension to come down? i know his lawyers said they were going to fight anything. are they trying to work out a deal? >> that's the rumorumor, that they're trying to work out a deal. last night, some of the reports were that both sides have essentially walked away from one another because they're so far away from a deal. no one really knows. i think we need one of those msnbc clocks to show lounge this a-rod watch has gone on. i think i'm on day nine here. essentially, it boils down to this, whether he will accept a suspension that the league is going to push for, a pretty substantial suspension, or if he doesn't, they can't work out a deal, there are reports that the commissioner is ready to issue this lifetime ban, which will keep a-rod off the field indefinitely. he, of course, can appeal that. no one knows for sure. what we know for sure is he's scheduled to play tonight in trenton, new jersey, for the thunder, a aa team down there, a yankee organization. presumably,
't do so by tomorrow, mlb could ban him playing for life, all over use of performance enhancing drugs. he wants to play with the yankees so bad, he is going to fly to chicago. >> a-rod, not how his career was supposed to end. we'll see what happens. he could still appeal if there's a suspension. joe gerardi says they're going to pencil him in the lineup tomorrow against chicago. >> what does that mean? >> pencil is not permanent. we'll see. baseball may suspend him for not only the rest of this season but the rest of next season as well. technically he can appeal it, but there's a clause in the latest collective bargaining agreement that bud selig can use if it is for the best interest of the sport, can overrule all appeals, say a-rod is gone. >> really. there you go for him. keep us up to date. would you? >>> tiger woods is kind of the tiger woods, prescandal. >> he hasn't won a major since the scandal, won another nonmajor today, bun by seven strokes. he is 0 and 17 since the scandal in the majors, trails jack nicklaus for that record. with this victory, he is three tournaments from
? apparently espn has a source saying mlb has evidence that he attempted to coerce at least one of the witnesses. and that's why the league is saying that he deserves even a bigger punishment than the rest of them. >> he will find out shortly. >>> another giant recall of contaminated ground beef by the same kansas company. the latest recall by national beef packaging company involves 50,000 pounds of meat sold mainly to wholesalers in 40 and 50-pound cases. the usda says it's unclear which retailers sold the meat. it recalled meat in june after a similar e. coli scare. >>> the bipartisan bill that would lower student loan rates by tying them to financial markets was overwhelmingly approved last night. undergraduates borrowing this fall will pay about 3.9% interest on subsidized stafford loans. the rates will fluctuate with the economy, but they can't go much higher than 8.25%. >>> if you haven't checked facebook's value lately, you might be surprised. shares traded above $38 briefly yesterday before pulling back just a little bit. that's the price at which the company hit the ma
the wounded warriors team. he was the mvp of the 2012 mlb all-star game and congratulations to you for that. you are from boston. how special is it for you to be here tonight serving as an inspiration for 16 people who lost their limbs in that bombing, as well as amputees nationwide? >> i'm really thrilled and honored to be here. fenway is fenway. but to shed light on the boston bombing victims and my team spreads a life that life without limbs is limitless. if you come out, you'll be inspired and motivated and hopefully leave here knowing that the only limitations you have are what you put on yourself. >> your wounded warrior team, you played in 25 states. you're playing against nonamputees. you're really great. how impresssive is it for you to be on this team? >> this team has allowed me to share a sense of comraderie again that i miss being in the military. not only that, but i get to be with my brothers again. we already have something in common. secondly, we served in the united states military. third, we're coming out and promoting a great message that we can share to anyone and anybo
. i really don't think he deserves that. but mlb needs to make an example of somebody because otherwise this is just going to happen tomorrow next year following on. >> reporter: a source familiar with negotiations tell us monday will be the day the announcement is made. the thinking being that players whose teams are likely to make the playoffs will have fulfilled their suspension if it starts monday. >> don dahler, thanks. >>> cleveland kidnapper ariel castro starting the first day of his 1,000-year prison sentence. in court, castro apologized but he also said the fbi should have caught him earlier. he went on to describe a happy home. as dean reynolds reports, one of his victims set the record straight. >> nobody shoulder have to go through what i went through, nor anybody else not even the worst enemy. >> reporter: she is 32 now, the longest held captive. >> day turned into night. night turned into day. years turned into eternity. >> reporter: beginning in 2002 she suffered five miscarriages in captivity, each one brought on by either beatings or starv
a lawsuit filed by the city of san jose. the city recently sued mlb over its failure to decide whether the as can pursue a downtown ballpark. the giants are trying to prevent that as move. the judge is expected to hear the issue in october. >>> a bicyclist is injured after being struck by a car this morning in fremont. this is a live look at the scene. it happened just before 6:00 this morning on fremont boulevard. investigators are treating this as a hit-and-run and are looking for a dark colored 1995 toyota four-door sedan. southbound lanes of fremont boulevard remain closed between old warm springs and south primer street. >>> traffic and weather coming up right off the break. >>> good morning. here's a live look over at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is actually lighter than we usually see it this time of the morning. backed up towards the overcrossing. by the way, there is a pretty large power outage on treasure island. it is not affecting the lights right now in the yerba buena island tunnel. so traffic on the upper deck and the lower
league baseball suspends him forever. >> a lifetime ban may be a difficult penalty for the mlb to impose since a-rod has never been punished for steroid use. it is likely there will be an appeals process. aditi roy, abc, at yankees stadium in the bronx. >> there is so much involved with this. one interesting point. they may have to extend the trade deadline. the teams don't know if they may need to bring on new folks make changes if they lose people. >> yankees need a third baseman. is it going to be a-rod? deep down, is it not going to be a-rod? deep down, the yankees would like it not to be a-rod, pocket salary and part ties. a lot of teams don't we neede in amazings hag af after the whole mark mcgwire, barry bonds, this is still front and center even today. >> there seemed like so many false starts. people would not be held accountable. seems like this is it. >> serious feg no >> >>> moving on. you might remember that the mother of baseball legend cal ripken jr. was kidnapped for 24 hours last july. the crime remains unsolved. ripken is offering $100,000 reward for information leadin
completely, no pub intended. >> it's not going to be a clean case what mlb is working here, we don't know the quality of their evidence, we don't know the quality of their witnesses and how this ends up. the mediator has the power here, he can settle in between. he can remove the suspension, which i would say would be pretty highly unlikely. he could uphold the suspension or settle somewhere in between, which is where i think most fans and people following this story feel where it should end up. you get the feeling if they did meet somewhere in between, it would be difficult for rodriguez. >> let's talk about him individually. let's say it's through 2014. he's 40 years old. he's been challenged by injuries. how much game will he have left in him at that point? >> his contract takes him through the year, 2017. the extension he signed back in 2007. so, there was an assumption that rodriguez was going to play until he was 42 years old. right now he's gone through two hip surgeries in the last two years, but he's still, you look at him as a player. he's still a little rusty in the minors but
contract. a-rod came to the negotiating table after mlb said it was considering a lifetime ban. rodriguez has maintained he has no connection to the biogenesis clinic. he is scheduled to return to the field for a rehab game. this game with the trenton thunder. >> the red sox coming off a 15-inning walk-off win on wednesday but last night. >> oh, no. >> down by five runs going into the ninth against the mariners, possible not in boston. sox would load the bases for shane victorino who punches it through the second base side. two runs score. johnny gomes would tie with a base hit up the middle and with the bases loaded still one out, daniel nava had a chance to win it all. sn>> nava hits it in the air to centerfield. deep and far and that ball is going to land in the red sox have an amazing come-from-behind victory on what turns out to be a magical night for fenway. >> tell you what he was doing. >> larry lucchino. >> sat in the same seat, in the same position until that team won because that's -- you don't move when they start winning. it's bad luck. >> probably pacing back and forth. >> i
of this calendar year. it means he can play through the rest of the season. mlb has declined comment but the head of the player's union says the suspension is, quote, way out of line. the yankees were in chicago last night trying to avoid a three-game sweep. bottom of the ninth. that's mariana rivera in the game. adam dunn slaps a single to tie the game, 4-4. mariana's third blown save of the year. going to the 12th inning, the yankees trying to hold on to a one-run lead. alejandro dehas knocks it off the wall. they get the walk-off win and sweep. can you believe this, the yankees are 11 1/2 games behind first place boston who beat the astros last night. the red hot braves going for their 13th straight win against the nationals. top of the eighth, game tied at 3-3. jason heyward finds the hole for a simm. braves up, bottom of the ninth, nates threatening with the bases loaded. kimbrel, what's he going to do with wilson ramos. he lines out. braves win, 13 consecutive victories for the atlanta braves. they are 15 1/2 games up on the second place washington nationals. another streak in cleveland wit
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